The hottest garbage power generation in India enco

2022-07-27
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India has encountered a bottleneck in waste power generation.

India has captured a lot of methane in the process of waste incineration and landfilling, and has also installed equipment to burn waste, but these equipment are basically not in operation at present. Swaprad is an engineer in India. He has spent 40 years studying the treatment of municipal waste, drying it, and automatically realizing data display to select combustible components and use them to generate electricity. His first power plant needs to burn 700 tons of garbage every day and generate 5.5 megawatts of electricity

unfortunately, this power plant is located in Malaysia, not India. India produces 180million tons of garbage every day. However, in terms of garbage power generation, India is far less than other Asian countries. The Chinese government has expressed the hope that the urban waste power generation will reach 3 GW by 2015, and Malaysia is determined to build a larger waste power plant based on the power plant in swaprad

at present, India has captured a lot of methane in the process of waste incineration and landfilling, and has also installed equipment to burn waste, but these equipment are basically not in operation at present. Why? SVA's business scope covers the R & D, production and sales of biodegradable materials, express packaging products, shopping bags, environmental protection packaging materials, plastic packaging products and non-woven fabrics; According to Pude, there are several problems in the research, development and utilization of renewable resources technology. I don't know where to start. At present, India has many structural problems. The bureaucratic style is very obvious. It is difficult to develop a relatively new industry. For example, my set of equipment was obviously developed in India, but now it has been adopted by Malaysia

in the past 10 years, the amount of garbage in India has increased by nearly 50%, which is mainly due to the large increase in power consumption caused by the increase of urban population, the serious lack of power in the country, and many cities even have frequent power cuts

garbage from poor countries in Asia is often wetter than that from the United States and Japan, so it is not easy to burn. According to the data of geo Engineering Center, the moisture content of urban garbage in India reaches 47%. Because people in poor Asian countries tend to cook by themselves, while relatively rich western countries often use disposable dishes. In the end, developed countries contain 10 megajoules of energy per ton of waste, while countries like India only have 7.3 megajoules

HAMA, the president of the National Solid Waste Recycling Association of India, said that waste recycling mainly involves two industries, energy production and serving the public waste treatment, both of which encounter development bottlenecks due to bureaucratic style, especially among local, state and central governments. Corruption is emerging one after another. Therefore, in order to ensure the smooth oiling of large projects, the horse should be replaced immediately when the height of the oil level is less than 2/3 of the cylinder depth, and it becomes very difficult to maintain profitability

another problem is subsidies. Both China and Indonesia have encouraged the launching of waste to energy power generation projects through tax cuts to encourage investment and promote the development of technology. Because if a piece of paper flies into the equipment during waste incineration, it will lead to abnormal parts and bring serious losses

in addition, the development of garbage power generation in India will be protested by scavengers. In New Delhi, India, rajikuma and his 10-year-old son spend five hours every day searching for scrap metal, plastic products and glass bottles in a huge garbage pile, and then use a cart to transport them to a nearby waste station to sell them. However, the incinerator under construction not far away indicates that he and other scavengers will say goodbye to the garbage dump. Kumar said that he only sells waste products for a little more than $5 a day, which is his money to support his family

New Delhi plans to build waste to energy power stations in exchange for carbon credits. These credits can be used to offset carbon emissions from coal-fired power generation. The local government claims that the project can solve the long-standing problems of excessive garbage and power shortage in New Delhi. However, for the more than 300000 urban garbage collectors who are engaged in garbage collection, classification and reuse, the establishment of waste incineration power stations has cut off their sources of livelihood. Kumar said: if all the garbage is sent to the power station for treatment, how can we make a living

therefore, in the face of various bottlenecks in development, Mr. swarpard has set his sights on overseas. At present, he has been authorized to build a garbage power plant in Malaysia, which is located in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur, completely controlled by the government and enjoys various subsidies. India's subsidies are limited to the construction stage, which makes operators have no power to generate electricity. Even after completion, it is difficult to really operate

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